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    Japanese homestyle spaghetti. From Wanted to try a version with weiners instead of the meatsauce and found this recipe. Very tasty despite the omission of the traditional tomato sauce for ketchup. Try it and see for yourself...

    Recipe #277048

    I found this on the internet several years ago by Hiroyuki Sato on the Tokyo Food Page. Try it with a bit of chopped apple slices; you might be surprised how well it tastes. The versatilty of this salad makes it very easy to eat: At parties served as is or with crackers; I often eat it as a sandwich on hearty breads for lunch or a snack. For my non-meat eating friends, I just omit the slices of ham and it still tastes great! If you do have access to the asian market, try the Japanese Kewpie Brand Mayo; it's in a clear squeezable plastic bottle with a red cap with a picture of the Kewpie doll on the plastic wrap. This condiment adds a special bit of zing; if not accessible, Miracle Whip could also substitute (though I grew up on Best Foods/Hellman's, this is one time the mayo may make a difference...)

    Recipe #218057

    Japanese curry is like making beef stew but with a lot more flavor! All the spices are in the "roux"--a dry curry paste that looks like a chocolate bar so you don't have to buy a ton of seasonings! They are labeled mild, medium, or hot and commonly found at asian markets in boxes branded "S&B" or "House". A common Japanese dish eaten at home, this recipe is from the iron chef winner Katsuyo Kobayashi. It is published in her book, "the Quick and Easy Japanese Cookbook". You could also substitute the beef strips with chicken instead, both are quite good!

    Recipe #215746

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